I’ve not read Heidegger, I’m not sure if I will, but this book offers a fascinating insight.
two quotes – (from wikiquote)
‘The most thought-provoking thing in our thought-provoking time is that we are still not thinking’
‘The possible ranks higher than the actual’
From the book description from the MIT Press –
‘There are many ways to interpret Heidegger’s hut – as the site of heroic confrontation between philosopher and existence; as the petit bourgeois escape of a misguided romantic; as a place overshadowed by fascism; or as an entirely unremarkable building. Heidegger’s Hut does not argue for any one reading, but guides readers toward their own possible interpretations of the importance of “die Hutte”‘.
Heidegger’s Hut at Mit Press